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Old August 22, 2015   #31
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Plano de Erandio
Midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, round, strongly flattened (disc-shaped), fleshy pulp, a small beefsteak, about 6 oz., very juicy with quite a lot of seeds. The taste is slightly sweet with pleasant acids. The taste is better in fruits harvested up to two weeks after the first harvest.
Seed source: J.A.O.Lopez (Baikal), Mallorca, Spain
Year grown: 2014.2015
I appoint this tomato UFO (the shape of the fruits)
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Old August 29, 2015   #32
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Salobre
A nice midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, oblate round
beefsteak, up to two pounds, very juicy, balanced tomato taste, excellent on sandwiches and salads. Tomato grown in the nearby town of Salobreńa in the province of Granada
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Old August 29, 2015   #33
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Old August 30, 2015   #34
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Cociols (Dos Cociols, Dos Cossiols)
Midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits in the shape of quadrangular prism, within two empty boxes, wall thickness 10 mm, weight 80-120 g, pink, very sweet. Variety quoted in a study on the conservation of local seeds in the county of Bages in 2012 conducted by Nuria Perramon Llussŕ of the University of Barcelona in Catalonia
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Old August 30, 2015   #35
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The "dos" is part of the name. AKA "Dues Mamelles" (2 t-i-t-s).

Fantastic stuffing tomato. Super easy to use. Has thick skin and consistent flesh so it won't break down when cooking and stays upright on its own.
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Thank you. Adjusts name to: Dos Cossiols.
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PS.: What kind of stuffing do you use?
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Old September 3, 2015   #37
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These are my tomatoes Ramallet
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Old September 4, 2015   #38
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Ramallet or ramellet is the name used for "de colgar" storage tomatoes in the Island of Mallorca. There are a couple hundred varieties in that island alone. Most were dry farmed. Diversity Is huge.

Note there's also "ramillete" which is NOT the real thing. Some hybrids are sold under such name. They are NOT real storage tomatoes, their quality is not the same ... by far. This fact is not commonly known, specially in the US/Canada. Even Tatiana's tomatobase is quite confusing as it uses good and bad name.

Ramillete name should never be used.

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Old September 5, 2015   #39
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These are really Ramalet of Mallorca. I am getting seeds from Baikal. In the picture are varieties: Ramalelet Algaida Piel Grues, Ramallet Mugro, Ramallet Santanyi Ramallet Pequeno Ramallet Saint Llorenc des Cardassar (det.). These two boxes I put on cupboard in the bedroom and I'll see how the tomatoes will ripen.
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I have two varieties about which I can not find anything on Iternet.
Bola Productivo
Midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, 60-70 g, slicer, fertile, good taste

Darocense Corporalis
Midseason indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, 120-160 g, small beefsteak, flat oval, relatively fertile, good taste

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Old September 7, 2015   #41
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Today, yet another Spanish tomato. One of my favorites.
Zamorano
Medium late, indeterminante OP tomato with regular leafs, fruits red, really big beefsteak, 500-700 g, flattened, very fertile, 6 – 9 fruits per plant, very good taste
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PS.: Tomorrow morning I go on recreation. Where? On a tour of the castles of North Moravia.
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Old September 7, 2015   #42
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Very nice tomatoes, Vladimir.

I hope you enjoy your trip. I'm pretty sure the only castle we have in the US is the one at Disney World!
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Old September 8, 2015   #43
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Zamorano is nice. Have fun at the castles. Dobře dojeď!
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Old September 8, 2015   #44
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Lovely pictures of your beautiful tomatoes Vladimir. Have a wonderful time on your trip to see the castles of North Moravia!

I love large, red, flattened beefsteaks , and your tomato Zamorano is a beauty. I will be interested in knowing how to aquire seeds of this meaty tomato. I did not see/find any resources listing seeds for sale. I did see some pictures on Tatiana's Tomatobase.

Ginny

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Old September 8, 2015   #45
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Lovely pictures of your beautiful tomatoes Vladmir. Have a wonderful time on your trip to see the castles of North Moravia!

I love large, red, flattened beefsteaks , and your tomato Zamorano is a beauty. I will be interested in knowing how to aquire seeds of this meaty tomato. I did not see/find any resources listing seeds for sale. I did see some pictures on Tatiana's Tomatobase.

Ginny
Ginny, perhaps Vladimir will make a public seed offer here of the ones he's pictured, that's the way it should go, that is, rather than someone PMing someone individually for seeds.

Ilex, from Spain, who has been so helpful here is an SSE member and lists 73 varieties from Spain, and that's for SSE members only. I've already e-mailed him and told him roughly what I'd like and will wait to hear from him when he finishes doing seed production in the Fall.

I did check to see if Ilex was listing Zamorano, he wasn't,but I do expect to get some large red beefsteaks from him eventually. I mean we know one great one already, Couilles de Taureau, renamed in France from Huevos de Toro from Spain.

The other day I was in the backroom looking for a specific tomato variety and while I'd already told Ilex that I had no Spanish varieties that he probably didn't already know of , up popped an envelope labelled Fresa, yes, from Spain, that I've been offering in my annual seed offer.

http://t.tatianastomatobase.com:88/w...b=General_Info

Steve of Heritage Seeds has donated seeds for my seed offers in the past and this was one of them.

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